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One of the most influential ideas about crime prevention to come out in recent years is something called the “broken windows theory.” According to this theory, small acts of deviance—littering, ... More>
Dans la vie active et en période de crise, évitons les “pseudo-amis” (In life and in times of crisis, avoid the “pseudo-friends”)
Twenty years after the first fMRI study was published, a group of distinguished psychological scientists reflect on the contributions fMRI has made to our understanding of human thought. ... More>
In 2012, APS Fellow and Charter Member David C. Rubin, Duke University, received an honorary degree from Aarhus University, Denmark, at a ceremony attended by Queen Margrethe II. ... More>
Are musicians born or made? Musical aptitude seems heritable, yet no gene has been specifically and uniquely tied to music. ... More>